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The Snoop 5.22.2014


Next Monday is Memorial Day, the first holiday of the summer season and a day generally thought of as the beginning of summer. In most cases school is out by Memorial Day and the holiday kicks off the summer vacation ...

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Smith Report 5.22.2014

May marks National Military Appreciation Month when events are organized to honor our brave men and women in uniform and the sacrifices they make defending our freedoms at home and abroad. Across our country, civic groups and average American citizens ...

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Skatepark Opens


The City of Ava and the Chamber of Commerce marked the official opening of the Ava Skatepark Tuesday when Mayor Eddie Maggard cut a ceremonial ribbon. The skatepark is located across the street from the Ava City Park, next to ...

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Rowland Report 5.22.2014

Greetings from your State Capitol.  The last day of session has arrived.  We started at 9 a.m. and ended at 6 p.m. with a flurry of activities.  Some bills made the deadline and some didn’t.  We had lots more filed ...

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Plainview Team Takes 1st

R8 Softball

The Plainview 5th & 6th grade softball team won 1st place at the 5th & 6th grade softball tournament at Skyline on May 2. Team members are, from left, front row: Caden Prock, Leo Haro, Tristain Morris, Kyle Thompson, Dylan ...

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Troop G Prepares For Memorial Day Traffic

Captain Mark G. Inman, commanding officer Troop G, Willow Springs, announces that Troop G will once again be participating in the Memorial Day weekend enforcement operations. The objective of these operations is to reduce the number and severity of traffic ...

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Squirrel, Black Bass Seasons Open May 24

JEFFERSON CITY–Memorial Day is an even bigger deal for hunters and anglers than it is for other Missourians. That is the weekend when squirrel season opens and anglers can keep legal-sized black bass in most southern Missouri streams. Missouri’s squirrel ...

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